Carbohydrates contain both sugar and starch and they are found in many of the foods that we eat and they are measured in grams (g). Carbohydrates are broken down into glucose which are important in your body. Insulin moves glucose to our cells and acts like a key so that glucose can get inside our cells to be used. We do know that balancing carbohydrates and insulin helps keep your glucose in a healthy rank. The first step in carbohydrate counting is finding out the foods that contain carbohydrates and that is what we are going to check now.


 Blueberries and strawberries are full of carbohydrates. They also contain vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. Regular consumption of berries is beneficial for your body and improves eye health.


Beetroot is a purple root vegetable commonly referred to as beets. 100gof beetroot contain 10g of carbohydrates. Beetroot has many health benefits for your body such as lowering blood pressure and improving blood circulation.


100gof sweet potatoes contain 17g of carbohydrates. Due to their antioxidants properties it also helps in reducing the oxidative damage and lowering the risk of several diseases. A 2015 study found out that some of the carbohydrate molecules in purple sweet potato may also have antioxidant and anti- tumor benefits.


Mangoes are a good source of healthy carbohydrates and also contain vitamins, potassium and fiber. 100g of mangoes contain 15g of carbohydrates. The nutrients in mangoes helps in lowering the risk of cardiovascular diseases and prevent cell damage.

  • CORN.

Corn is a popular vegetable that people can enjoy all round as a side dish. On a cob, 100g of corn contains 25gof carbohydrates. Corn is beneficial as it contains  a very good amount of vitamin C which is important in regulation of blood sugar levels and reduces the risk of high blood pressure.


Bananas are a super energy giving food. Bananas are a rich source of carbohydrates. One medium- sized banana contains 27g of carbohydrates. Bananas are also rich in Potassium and vitamins A and C. Bananas are good for the heart health and lowering of blood pressure.

  • BEANS.

Beans are composed of carbohydrates and fiber. 100g of kidney beans packet contains 60g of carbohydrates. Regular consumption of dark and white kidney beans help in improving inflammation on the colon.

  • OATS.

Oats are one of the most healthy and versatile whole grains. 100g oats contain 66g of carbohydrates and 17g of proteins. Oats help in reducing the risk of heart disease by lowering cholesterol levels in your body.



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